Post #500, I suppose that should be a milestone!
It’s been all black & white film for a while, time to throw a splash of color into the mix. These pictures date back to Fall 2020 but I didn’t get them developed until nearly a year later and then forgot about them til recently, as the aspen trees are changing color once again. I mostly was using the Nikon F shooting Tri-X but brought out the F2A for whatever color film I was using since it was almost always going to be a different ASA and I wanted the meter to do more of my thinking for me. As it turns out I don’t ever trust the meter and ended up overexposing quite a few of my shots. These were the most usable.
I miss Fuji Velvia 100, while I do have a propack or two in my freezer but I may never use them. It’s sad that Fujifilm makes so little film these days though honestly I’m surprised they have any left to sell considering some of my previous predictions. Considering how the price has kept going up (upwards of $30 for one roll of Velvia 50) it’s likely that they’re just wringing as much as they can from their existing stock. It’s possible every roll of Fuji that I shoot from here on out will just bemoan Fuji and their treatment of their film customer base over the last decade or so, but really it all was summed up by the last paragraph of this post. Velvia 100, I miss you.